This is a Power Point to go over the Waterfall Method to learn new vocabulary words. This is a proven method to learn vocabulary quickly. It is ideal for SAT and TOEFL students. I used it when I taught TOEFL lessons with my students.
A lecture on the four active reading strategies. (Power Point)
A slide with starting questions for students to ponder how they currently read, and to learn what active reading is.
A slide for each of the four strategies to define and explain
A Power Point slide with six discussion questions to go with Chapters 13-14 of To Kill a Mockingbird. Questions are engaging to generate strong classroom discussions with your students.
Also included are parts of the text (Chapters 13-14) and
This includes 55 page Power Point ready to go!
Students often use clichés in their writing. This material teaches them 1) what a cliché is 2) how to avoid using them 3) how to identify them.
My students LOVE this game. It's probably their favorite
I use this in my College Composition class, but it can be used for middle school, high school, home-school, adult education, etc.
The start of the presentation explains free-writing. It also discusses Peter Elbow, the benefits of free-writing, and
A fun lesson/Game to learn the three appeals when arguing/persuading.
This lesson goes well with persuasive essays.
I use this in a college Freshman Composition course, but this could be used in Middle/High School.
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This until will excite students and help them with their persuasive papers/essays/unit.
I use this in college, but it could be used for ANY grade level.
It's a unique game I came up with that teaches students to argue effectively. It also focuses